You can research the market and attend open houses on your own, but call in a local real estate agent when you’re ready to take your home search to the next level.
A little extra care may be needed to show off your property’s assets during the cold and snowy months.
Is 2015 the year you get serious about your home search? These three resolutions can help you pull it off.
Follow these tips to position your home for a quick and profitable sale.
Identify your wishlist, research your local real estate market and connect with the professionals who can help you find and close on your dream home this year.
Reconsider the lavish holiday decorations if your house is on the market in December.
Being a landlord isn’t for everyone — but it might be just right for you.
When it comes to properties where murder and mayhem — or even less dramatic crimes — occurred, disclosure and due diligence are key.
Cracks in the foundation? Leaky roof? If you want to sell your house, it’s best to be upfront and address its shortcomings.
Shopping for a home? Stack the deck in your favor by choosing the location best suited to you.
Many soon-to-be retirees are about to enter a new world of both home selling and buying.
You love the bright walls and furniture, but once your home is on the market you need to make it as neutral as possible.
It’s essential to have the right marketing plan, pricing strategy and real estate agent.
Upfront research can save you a lot of time and headaches.
The fall months are no longer a real estate dead zone, and there is still plenty of action happening after Labor Day through Christmas.